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Mets-Marlins ends in controversy after Michael Conforto’s walk-off hit-by-pitch; umpire admits he blew call – CBS Sports

Conforto appeared to lean his elbow into the pitch



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For the first time under new owner Steve Cohen, the New York Mets played a game at Citi Field on Thursday afternoon. The Mets played their home opener against the Miami Marlins, and it was not without controversy. Miami entered the ninth inning with a one-run lead that was quickly erased by Jeff McNeil’s solo home run against Marlins closer Anthony Bass. 
Nothing controversial about that. It was a big ol’ dinger. The Mets then proceeded to load the bases on an infield single, a double, and an intentional…

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